In ARK Park, engage in close encounters with primal species through a series of theme park attractions. Enter by yourself or with a group of adventurous friends, and witness dinosaurs roaming in the wild with your own eyes!
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Release Date:
Mar 21, 2018

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April 19

ARK Park Update Patch - 4/19

Hi visitors, we’ve got a major update for you that will hopefully improve your experience in ARK Park! Over the past few weeks we’ve been collecting your concerns and one of the biggest issues is locomotion. You wanted free movement so here it is! Our dev team has been working hard on the movement system and now you have the option to choose between teleportation and free locomotion. At the meantime, feel free to provide us with feedbacks regarding game play and bugs!

1. Added free locomotion option. Players are now able to walk freely in the world of ARK Park;

2. First time players are now prompted to play Tutorials which will familiarize them with the controls and gameplay;

3. Fixed the bugs in Tutorials;

4. Adjusted the character creation interface position, modified the blurry text;

5. Added the interface about instruction of operation of Gatlin;

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March 27

Snail Games Reveals the Future of the ARK Franchise at GDC

ARK Park and this week’s PixArk are the next two installments in the blockbuster ARK series

March 22nd, publisher and developer Snail Games hosted game industry thought leaders, media outlets, and VIPs at Jillian's San Francisco to celebrate the global launch of ARK Park on SteamVR, PSVR, Oculus Rift, Viveport, and Windows Mixed Reality headsets. With more than 80 guests in attendance, the event put the spotlight on the future of the popular ARK franchise with its first VR release, ARK Park. Highlights from the event included a live demo of PixARK and a heartfelt video featuring Snail Games vice president Tianqi "Sky" Wu and a loving family's struggle with autism.

Sky’s Journey
While ARK Park was in development, the team in charge received a very special request: A father from Eastbourne, UK – Craig Proctor – asked for a pre-release copy of the game to share with his autistic son, Jason (who happens to adore dinosaurs). Craig believed that being able to walk among those majestic creatures would lift Jason’s spirits and give him a whole new perspective on life. Snail Games was happy to oblige ... and the result is captured in “ARK Park Makes Dreams Come True”:


“We take VR very seriously. What we have here is technology that can truly change the world,” says Tianqi “Sky” Wu, vice president at Snail Games. “It was my great pleasure to be able to make the trip to England – bringing with me a VR headset and a copy of ARK Park to show our newest and possibly youngest fan at eight years old. The love and affection I witnessed left a lasting impression on me – and seeing Jason play the game we worked so hard on filled my heart with joy.”

The video was the centerpiece in a very busy afternoon at perennial GDC hangout Jillian’s San Francisco, which has just emerged from a stunning renovation. Snail Games director Peter Kang kicked things off with an in-depth presentation on ARK Park – and he also discussed upcoming downloadable content and feature updates currently in development. Peter was followed by Studio Wildcard co-founders Jeremy Stieglitz and Jesse Rapczak – who announced that ARK: Survival Evolved has sold over 13 million copies and then proceeded to give the audience a live demo of the ARK franchise’s newest installment, PixArk, where “Death by Velociraptor” was just around the corner.

Jeremy and Jesse also made the “Dino Export” feature public for the first time, which allows ARK: Survival Evolved owners to export their dinosaurs to ARK Park. The appearance, color, and age of each dinosaur are all seamlessly synced – allowing players to “meet” their loyal companions and check their stats face-to-face in virtual reality. More than 10 types of dinosaurs are currently supported on Oculus Rift and HTC Vive; support for PSVR is coming soon – with more “exportable” dino types in the works as well.

Snail Games vice president Tianqi “Sky” Wu was next – showcasing the video of his trip to England. He was followed by art director Guohan Tan, who further explored the magical world of ARK Park through his unique take on the franchise. Peter Kang was back for closing comments.

“ARK Park – like the baby dinos in the game – is in its infancy. VR fans are now getting their first taste of this massive new addition to the ARK franchise,” says Peter Kang, director at Snail Games. “If you want more content in ARK Park, I can tell you one thing: It’s coming. This is an incredibly exciting time for us, and we can’t wait to show gamers what the future holds for them.”

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About This Game

About ARK Park

ARK Park is a virtual reality multiplayer adventure game designed from the ground up to immerse players in a realistic dinosaur theme park. This interactive experience will fulfill your dreams of entering a world where living, breathing dinosaurs still roam the Earth. Freely explore this grand, virtual world where there's no set plot line or schedule. Join your friends in multiplayer park tours to share the thrill of witnessing over a hundred prehistoric creatures up-close and personal.

Game Features:

  • Explore the Expansive Scenery of ARK Park: Visit over 10 unique scenes alone or with a group of friends.
  • Collect Dinosaur DNA, Gather Materials, and Craft Items: Collect DNA and materials from the dinosaurs you encounter on your excursions, trade them for Engrams at your base camp, then use those Engrams to craft helpful items.
  • Raise Your Very Own Dinosaurs: During your excursions throughout the park, you may be lucky enough to collect a rare dino egg. Take good care of it until it hatches, and you’ll be able to raise your own dinosaurs from hatchlings to adulthood. Some dinos may even grow to be large enough to ride!
  • Defend Vital Technology: Dinosaurs aren’t the most docile creatures - band together with other ARK Park visitors to defend important research outposts and valuable technology from rampaging dinos!

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1 or later, Windows 10
    • Processor: Intel® Core™ I5-4690K
    • Memory: 16 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce® GTX 970 / AMD equivalent or greater
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 25 GB available space
    • OS: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1 or later, Windows 10
    • Processor: Intel® i7-5960X
    • Memory: 16 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce® GTX 1080 / AMD equivalent or greater
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 30 GB available space
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